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    GregWirth
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    I was able to get the Sandbox software to install and run on an Intel NUC.
    The terrain model runs fine.
    The water model does not run and throws GL error 1286 when mapped to a key. These run Intel HD5000 video… I get about 31FPS for terrain model.
    http://i.imgur.com/c1FgwL3.jpg Sandbox running on
    Intel NUC, i5, 16GB mem, 120GB msata drive, Ubuntu 14.04

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    Oliver Kreylos
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    Thanks for confirming that it works. The GL error is a problem between the AR Sandbox and the open-source Mesa graphics library. It might be possible to fix it by upgrading Mesa, but I’m guessing Intel’s HD5000 won’t be able to run water in a meaningful way anyway.

    There is no HD5000 in Tom’s Hardware’s most recent GPU hierarchy chart, but it’s supposed to be about 30% faster than HD 4000, and I’m estimating it at a similar level as a GeForce 8800GT.

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